ICONIC images taken by the late celebrity photographer Terry O'Neill are still on show at Dimbola Museum and Galleries, Freshwater Bay.

The famous work by Terry, who died recently, was part of the museum's David Bowie exhibition earlier this year. It was the last public display of his work while he was still alive.

Dr Brian Hinton, chairman of the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust, said: "There are still some of Terry's photographs of Bowie hanging in our Isle of Wight Festival Gallery and will stay there until December 15.

"We are proud to say the former home and workplace of Julia Margaret Cameron became the last place in his lifetime that a themed show by O'Neill was displayed to the public.

"Terry of course knew and approved this, although he was too unwell to come to see the show himself."